Pokémon developer Gamefreak might have confirmed plans for "Pokémon Diamond  and Pearl" in the "Pokémon Sun and Moon" trailer released Friday, Inquisitr reported. 

"Pokémon Sun and Moon" was announced in February 2016 while the original "Pokémon Diamond and Pearl" were released in the U.S. in 2007. 

There has been no official confirmation from Gamefreak on "Pokémon Diamond and Pearl." The report added that the games might be remade in 3D and will include Distortion World, Arceus, Stark Mountain, and Bidoof.

The teaser also shows Silvally, a new Pokémon — vaguely similar to Arceus from the original "Pokémon Diamond and Pearl." Just like Arceus, it has a multi-attack capability and the ability to change its type depending on the attached memory.

According to the trailer, "Pokémon Sun and Moon" also includes a synthetic Pokémon, Type: Null’s evolved form, and Jangmo-o’s evolutions.

Jangmo-o has been described as a humble creature with the pride of a warrior and bulletproof/soundproof capability. It also uses its scales for offence and defense. 

"Pokémon Sun" and "Pokémon Moon" are scheduled for a Nov. 18 release, while a demo version releases Oct.18